Two new species of Rhynchosporium
Rhynchosporium consists of two species, R. secalis and R. orthosporum. Both are pathogens of grasses with R. secalis infecting a variety of Poaceae hosts and R. orthosporum infecting Dactylis glomerata. Phylogenetic analyses of multilocus DNA sequence data on R. secalis isolates originating from cultivated barley, rye, triticale and other grasses, including Agropyron spp., Bromus diandrus and Hordeum spp., resolved the monophyletic groups into three species according to their respective hosts....[Show more]
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